A par 72, 6091 yards (off the white tees), easy walking course, featuring several ponds supporting a plethora of wild life, including Carp, Damsel and Dragon flies. It is not unusual to see Buzzards performing slow, lazy circles in the sky over Caerwent throughout the year. Golfers can expect a variety of interesting holes including the par 3, 7th hole, which is approached over water, some 50 feet lower than the tee! Each of the 18 holes has its own name, which in turn reflects the history of the land as it was used in past years for productive farming.
The 1st, 10th and 18th holes are all close to the Club House, thus providing easy start and finish points to your round of golf.
Although we have emphasized the easy nature of the course it will still test the skills of the lower handicapped golfer, as has been found by many a "champion" who has been to Dewstow to play County Championship matches
The River Severn, together with the two Sevem bridges provide a beautiful backdrop to many of the 18 holes, which start and finish close to the Club House and Golf Academy. Water features on the course provide habitats for plant life, fish and insects, plus of course, hazards for those wayward shots!
An unusual feature on the fairway of the 15th hole is a strikingly carved Totem Pole, fashioned from an old American Redwood (or Sequoia) tree.
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